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Posted by  BRUTUS on November 05, 2002 at 08:55:37:

I want to know your different thoughts (architects,sculptors,graphic designers,philosophers,and normal people with no academic aesthetic background...etc)concerning the basic components that a (a memorial statue-a martyr monument-the unknown soldier shrine ....etc) should reflect and the complementary architectural elements that it's probable to suit the atmosphrere of these particular kind of projects,including also:

0-the site
1-the concept and its importance
2-the psychological language that should be envoked
3-the volume,including the solid and voids
4-the surrounding space with respect to the mass
5-the texture and building material used sensory speaking
6-pattern and rhythm and its importance visually speaking
7-additional dominant elements and recessive elements volumetrically speaking
8-the wholeness(should it satisfy all moods,tastes,cultures and backgrounds socially speaking)

 
 
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